Anne Curtis to Erwan Heussaff on Father’s Day: Dahlia ‘is a little Erwanita’
Anne Curtis marked husband Erwan Heussaff’s Father’s Day with a touching message — and an admission that their baby girl looks just like him.
The actress shared a picture of Heussaff carrying Dahlia Amélie as they both stuck their tongues out via Instagram today, June 21.
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Each time I see a precious moment between you and our daughter, my heart is filled with so much love.. to the point of it bringing tears to my eyes (as you have seen the past few months 😭) You are such an amazing father to our Dahlia Amélie. From early morning smiles, nappy changes, burping sessions, cheeky monster faces and sarap cuddles – being a father has come so naturally to you. We are so lucky to have you in our lives. And because it is Father’s Day, I’ll finally concede 😋.. our little girl is a little Erwanita. She looks so much like her papa…the cutest little bb girl… I guess lihi is real after all. Je t'aime Mon amour. Happy 1st Father’s Day. @erwan
“Each time I see a precious moment between you and our daughter, my heart is filled with so much love.. to the point of it bringing tears to my eyes (as you have seen the past few months),” Curtis stated.
She said fatherhood came “naturally” to Heussaff, from changing diapers to cuddling their daughter.
Curtis admitted too that Dahlia’s adorable looks come from her dad. She said, “And because it is Father’s Day, I’ll finally concede. Our little girl is a little Erwanita. She looks so much like her papa…the cutest little bb girl.”
“I guess lihi is real after all,” she added, referring to the belief that a child’s attributes are based on their mother’s cravings during pregnancy.
The couple welcomed their first child in March while in Australia, where Curtis’s family is based. They tied the knot in New Zealand in 2017. JB
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